Why Choose Virtues
Let’s be honest, instilling virtues in kids is hard work. But can it be fun too? We think so. In fact, there’s no better way to learn. So We Choose Virtues brings memorable catchphrases, endearing characters, and just plain fun to simply inspire character that lasts. It’s the best choice you can make for the kids in your life.
Proverbs 22:6 says “Train a child in the way he should go,
and when he is old he will not turn from it.”
We Choose Virtues is a great system that you can incorporate into your home bible study and help illustrate and teach your children what virtues are and what character is.
We Choose Virtues offers a great assortment of products and we were lucky enough to get one of their brand new products called Virtue Clue Cards.
Included in a plastic carrying pouch with a velcro button closure, are 13 brightly decorated cards. These cards are the perfect size to fit in a purse and take with you wherever you go. They feature The Virtue Kids, their names, the Virtue catchphrase and antonyms, and on the back a “You can do it” challenge.
The virtues included are: Attentive, Content, Gentle, Obedient, Diligent, Forgiving, Honest, Kind, Helpful, Patient, Perseverant, and Self-Controlled.
We received The Teacher’s Virtue Cards for families and the The Kids Virtue Poster.
The The Teacher’s Virtue Cards for families comes with 12 Faith-based Parenting Character Cards.
The virtues included are: Attentive, Content, Gentle, Obedient, Diligent, Forgiving, Honest, Kind, Helpful, Patient, Perseverant, and Self-Controlled. And the cards say “I am…Attentive” to reinforce the value when the child says it.
There is a brief story about the characters (Kids of Virtueville) like Oboe Joe (OK, whatever you say, I will obey, right away) who plays his oboe under the direction of his conductor. He obediently plays his oboe in the marching band.
- There are “teachable moments” questions to start a discussion in your family about the depth of the virtue and character trait and how it applies to life and situations.
- There is a Memory Scripture Verse and a
- Virtue User Challenge which the family can try to complete tasks related to the virtue.
This is a fantastic tool to use in you family to teach your kids about values, virtues, character traits and about living godly lives.I highly recommend this product! It is perfect for single mothers like me who want to raise their child(ren) in a godly way, with values, virtues and character.
My son and I have so much fun with the activities and he know what the words mean, and we enjoy the silly games and tasks on the back of the card after we have read the story. Get a set of these cards for your family for lots of fun, learning, and laughter! 🙂
And the Poster is a great reference tool to use on the fridge or on your child’s bedroom wall or door to make the lessons even more memorable!
Kids Virtue Poster $14.99
Hang this up on your refrigerator or at the front of your class so you can refer to this complete list of all the Virtues, their Catchphrases and Antonyms several times a day! Inspire virtue and manage behavior at once. This piece of our system is a MUST HAVE and the new THICKER quality will help it last!
Finding the best Virtues tools to fit your needs is super easy!
The system is available in both Community (without Scripture) and Faith-Based (with Scripture) versions.
…Simply Inspire Character that Lasts!
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And to ENTER TO WIN!!!
We Choose Virtues is giving away
1 FREE set of The Teacher’s Virtue Cards for Families and
The Kids Virtue Poster to one lucky reader!
That’s an almost $50 dollar valued prize!!!
***Just leave a comment on this post telling what virtue means to you and how this giveaway will bless your family. And be sure to include your email so the winner can be contacted and receive their prize!
The winner will be chosen at random on May 31th, 2012. Good luck and I hope We Choose Virtues and the kits that Heather offers will bless a multitude of families. God Bless you! 🙂
Instilling virtues and values into our children is a hefty task, but with God and scripture as our guide, we can make it fun, easy, memorable and a wonderful experience for our families!
6 These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts. 7 Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up.
- Do We Really Have Any Character Traits? (psychologytoday.com)
- I see You (aleafinspringtime.wordpress.com)